Kids have to learn financial literacy sometime — or should, depending on your parenting philosophy. The ones who don’t risk becoming dependent on family and friends for basic necessities well into adulthood.
In high school and college, most students learn a lot about geometry and calculus but very little about taxes and investing. In fact, when tested on financial concepts, only 17% of respondents ages 18
Hi everyone, Rob is on holidays and will be back later this week. In the meantime, here is a collection of Globe’s back-to-school stories compiled by personal finance editor Roma Luciw. For those of you